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Celeste McGovern looks at how Dane Johnson battled Crohn's and colitis with food and the science behind why he won.
Holistic vet Rohini Sathish has a host of helpful tips for dealing with an aggressive dog.
The placebo, or dummy pill, has always been used in drug tests. Now entrepreneur Robert Richman is taking it to the next stage—welcome the Xpill.
Health authorities keep telling us that too much vitamin D is toxic, but new research shows that very high dosages of the vitamin—up to 200,000 IU—can help to repair skin damage like sunburn. Cate Montana investigates
As a child growing up in South Africa, Angela MacRitchie was a talented ballet dancer and gymnast.
It's one of the most widely held beliefs in medicine—and it's wrong. You don't have to complete a course of antibiotics, new research has found